New York Season

April 25-28 at New York City Center

New York Season

April 25-28 at New York City Center

2024 Spring Season Performances

Experience the vibrant world of Ballet Hispánico as we celebrate Eduardo Vilaro’s 15th year as Artistic Director. Join us for an unforgettable journey featuring the World Premiere of Buscando a Juan, an immersive piece inspired by the Afro-Hispanic painter Juan de Pareja, exploring shared vulnerabilities among artists. Delve into Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s House of Mad’moiselle, a rousing celebration of Latina fierceness and representation, and Gustavo Ramírez Sansano’s 18+1, a fun romp through some of Perez Prado’s iconic big band hits with Ramírez’s signature athletic movement vocabulary. Don’t miss your chance to witness the power and beauty of our season— reserve your tickets now for a celebration of culture, creativity, and dance.

“Imbued with invention, humor, and spontaneity.” - The New York Times

"Dazzlingly varied and spectacularly executed" - The Washington Post

“Everything about Ballet Hispanico is smashingly theatrical - from the stunning individuality and flamboyant, expressive style of its dancers, to its use of sets, lighting, costumes and sound.” - Chicago Sun-Times


About This Season's Programming


Eduardo Vilaro

Inspired by Juan de Pareja: Afro-Hispanic Painter exhibited at The Met, Buscando a Juan ("Looking for Juan") explores the "sancocho"—literally, mixed soup—of cultures and diasporas. Through the exoticized body and fixation on gesture and sensuality, Buscando a Juan will consider the assumptions experienced when witnessing people of color in traditionally white spaces.


Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

Originally created in 2010 for her first full company work. In House of Mad'moiselle, internationally-acclaimed choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa takes us on a wild romp through a campy world that explores iconic female representations found in Latin American culture. From femme fatales to the delicate language of fans, boas and Latin dance, the work highlights how the culture is enamored and obsessed with the iconic high-octane female stars of past and present.


Gustavo Ramírez Sansano

18+1 celebrates Gustavo's 19 years as a choreographer and the vulnerability, care, and hope that comes with each artistic endeavor. In a display of subtle humor and electric choreography, the movement merges with the playful rhythms found in Pérez Prado's mambo music. Sansano draws from his history and memory to take a joyous look at the past, present, and coming future.

En Familia Matinee

Dive into the rich tapestry of Latin American culture with Eduardo Vilaro, Ballet Hispánico’s Artistic Director & CEO, as he leads us through an interactive and dynamic exploration. Experience the essence of classic pieces from our Company’s repertoire in an unforgettable afternoon of interactive fun and engagement.

This performance is made possible thanks to the generosity of the RBC Foundation, USA, the charitable arm of RBC Capital Markets, and New York City Center


Programming subject to change.

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